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TlfT, BEE; OMAHA. THUKSDAY. JULY 2f, 1915.
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE
FOUNDED BT EnVAR ROSK WATER.
VICTOR ROSKWATKII, EDITOR.
T,e Bee Publishing Company. Proprietor.
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ma, inia la oay or juiy, mi
ROBERT rtUNTER. Notary Public.
Bubavribere leaving the city temporarily
should have The I lew mailed to them. Ad
dreaa will be changed aa often aa requested.
Thought for the Day
Wt always deafen our conscience and say
"Look around; othr$ art no better than tea. "
It the weather man la not careful he win be
in danger of showing; a permanent precipitation
Won't someone please answer our riddle.
iWhy it a surety company bond for a custodian
(of public money?
Eastland moving; pictures are barred In Chi
cago "as commercializing a calamity." It's dif
ferent In other cities.
Up la Alaska folks are suffering; from drouth
and 100-ln-the-sbade beat. This old world has
surely been turned topsy-turvy.
Now that Omaha baa a larger nary league,
!w will all have to boost for a fleet of prairie
tcboonera for the "Big Muddy."
Looks as If those army and navy appropria
tion bills would next time just slide through
congress on their own momentum.
, South Omaha does not want to give up Its
sub-treasury, which Is perfectly natural, but
still better than In Dundee, where the treasurer
did not want to give up the money.
Nothing of the fault whatever lies at the
door of the federal officials, Insists Secretary
Kedfield -but he will at once order an over
hauling of the negligent steamboat Inspection,
Just to make sure. '
For each genuine order for war supplies In
this country Wall street works a dosen mythical
orders on the stock gambling crowd. The game
as played by the professionals lends vitality to
the Barnum motto. "Get the money, honestly If
you can, but get the money."
But if the Omaha water plant is piling up
all that surplus, It must still be charging rates
that are far too high. Even at 20 cents a thou
sand gallons, Omaha water users are paying
S3 1-3 per cent more than Lincoln water users,
who get theirs for 15 cents a thousand gallons.
It Is gratifying to know that that physical
aluatton Job over in York has been nailed down
for an Omaha man despite the provision in our
vater district law that compels our Water board
general manager "to exclusively devote his time"
to the Job for which he draws his f 5.000-a-year
Still, if parents are to blame for the short
coming of their children, they can Just as con
veniently shift it back upon their parents. It
must be up to the original ancestor who neg
lected to rear his children right, and whose
faults remain uncorrected, and perhaps uncor
Imagine If an Omaha city treasurer or a
Nebraska state treasurer were found to have de
faulted and decamped and the authorities sitting
around like do-nothings for several weeks while
the accounts were being checked, what would
tare been said? That bole la the Dundee treas
ury seems to be In a class by Itself.
, . -V ' W7- . vTTV a . a
Mis Ueuevleve Inter soil, who la visiting her for
mer iiome here, previous to entering on a dramatlo
earner in New York City, I to have a pulbk) benefit,
the reaueet coming In a joint invitation algned by
Jaime K. Boyd. Ueneral O. O. Howard. J. II. Millard,
W. A. l'axtou, 8. A. Orchard-. O-orge U Miller. 8. V.
Murae. E. Roeewater. T. I Kimball. P. P. Rhelby, aJ
J. Poppleton, . R. Callaway. 8. T. Smith. Fred Nya
Agulph Meyer and J. M. Ruaa.
The lawn of. J. I- Smith. 1750 Dodga atreet, waa
the accne of an informal outdoor reception to Rev.
Bert liareha, who la visiting here.
Mrs. J. il. McConneil and MUa Dora, Blackburn
Wt for the cast to 'visit in Philadelphia, whence they
gu to ct.autauiiua lke.
Alia. K. T. Joaalyn of Nllea, Mich., la vUltlng br
Ut.r. Hn. Charlra Powell.
Dr. lA-r, returned frt-m New York, where ha went
wlili lila wife, who la now Ulting eaatera aummer
O. H. Goidun has gone .n a trip through the
eouliurr. end ttentein iwria of the tuit, which all!
lni mde a vliiJt to lUnUn' fur the baaa ball touina
What it Behind the British Move?
The unusual diplomatic move of Earl Grey
in withdrawing a note already submitted in
connection with the shipping controversy pend
ing between the United 8tates and Great Britain
Indicates a probable change in attitude of the
Fritlsh government. At any rate, the terms of
its argument in support of the order In council
will very likely be modified. It has even been
suggested, prior to the announcement by Earl
Grey that a substitute note was coming, that
the Allies might withdraw the order In council,
which has given rise to the complications. This
might be a crafty strategical move for them,
as it wss the promulgation of that plan for ex
tending the blockade of Oerman ports to Include
a constructive blockade of a "war cone" that all
but Includes the oceans of the world, that
afforded the pretext for the order of Admiral
von Tlrpltx, which brought the submarine Into
action against commerce.
Certain phrases in the third American note
to Germany apply very closely to Great Britain,
a fact pofnted out clearly by the Manchester
Guardian in an editorial dealing with the topic.
The difference between the British and the Oer
man offenses In this matter relates merely to
the methods employed. The United 8tates has
so far moved calmly and without passion In the
matter, and stands firmly on established and
recognised principles. Its contention Is not to
be befogged by technicalities nor to be obscured
by the introduction of extraneous issues, and
each of the belligerents will be held strictly to
the points Involved.
The mystery that now surrounds the British
position will soon be cleared up, and, If it be as
some have surmised, an opening that may lead
to the adjustment of sea Issues, it will be very
Sank According- to Rules.
It now transpires that the American steamer
Leelanaw waa sent to the bottom only after the
German submarine captain had scrupulously
observed the punctilio of visit and search, also
that the ship's company was courteously treated
by the captors In the matter of removing per
sonal belongings and being conveyed In safety
to land. This brings any question as to the dis
posal of the vessel down to the character of ship
and cargo. Flax waa long ago declared to be
absolute contraband by the German government,
and at best will fall under the head of material
that may be useful In war. For this reason the
cargo waa condemned. The vessel, although
flying a neutral flag, waa plying between enemy
ports, and carrying contraband, and, therefore,
was liable. The one question that remalnq Is
the possibility of taking the ahlp to a port of, the
Intercepting power. In the case of the Frye
the German government admits liability under
sn ancient treaty between Prussia and the
United States. This point may be raised again
to secure compensation for the Leelanaw, but
that ship was sunk according to the rules.
Fines, License., Fees and Permits.
According to state house advices, Treasurer
Hall is undertaking to make a new ruling for
the distributions of collections in this provision
of the Nebraska constitution, which read s :
All fines, penalties and licenaa moneys arlalna
tinder tha general lawa of the atata ahall belong and
be paid over to tha countiea. respectively, where thn
same may be levied or Impoaed e e e (and) shall
be appropriated excluetvely to tha uaa and win port of
tha oommon achoola, In tha respective snabdivlslons
where the same may accrue.
The state treasurer is said to be now con
strulng this to cover moneys paid for permits
Issued by various departments of the state gov
ernment, and to purpose putting this revenue in
the temporary school fund, having made a start
with a small item collected by the railway com
mission for warehouse permits.
This raises two very Important questions-
first, as to whether permits and licenses are the
same, and second, If so, whether permit fees
belong in the temporary school fund. We ap
prehend that the treasurer will discover that all
authorities define a license as distinctly differ
ent from a permit, and that the fee for a permit
Is much more like the reimbursement of the
cost of a special service, such, for example, aa
court fees, sheriff's fees, Inspection fees, etc
The question takes on a much wider scope from
the omitted part of the constitutional provision
quoted, which uses identical language with ref
erence to all fines, penalties and license moneys
arising under the rules, bylaws or ordinances"
of cities, towns or other subdivisions less than
the county. If Treasurer Hall'a new departure
la correct for the atate, then it must apply also
to every county, city, town and school district in
tne state, and completely change the accepted
practice cf forty yeara.
But ahould the atate treasurer uphold his
position, how can he put this money into the
temporary school fund when the constitution
aaya It belongs to the district In which It "may
accrue?" In the case of the warehouse permit
money me fees are collected by the railway com
mission presumably at Lincoln, but they accrue
for permits for warehouses located in different
counties. Lancaster county aureiv h. nn
clualve claim to these revenues, estimated to
aggregate several hundred thousand dollars a
year, nor can they rightfully be apportioned to
all the counties on the same basis as the Income
from permanent school funds. ri.- ,tv t.
for Treasurer Hall to make sure of where he Is
likely to land before he goea any further.
Still Temporigini" in Mexico.
President Wilson exemplifies his profound
faith In the patience of the American people by
again announcing that the policy of "watchful
waiting" in the matter of Mexico may yet aafely
continue. The president Is sunnoaari tn h in
possession of facts that have not come to public
notice, and, therefore, to be able to alft out the
truth from the mass of loose Information that
Is given out. However that may, be, it is an
nounced from Washington that a rigorous em
bargo may be laid on the exportation of muni
tions to Mexico, with a view to shortening the
conflict by that means. The report of a confer
ence of leaders, with or without Carrania. to
determine a basis for peace undoubtedly sup
ports the present attitude of the government at
Washington. In the meantime, the Mexican
people are without food or money, their fields
r-ave been abandoned and productive effort of
eery kind baa been checked, while the auffer-'
ers sadly wait for the time when somebody will
bring sn end to the disorder that has wrecked
Aimed at Omaha
Hastings Tribune: Omaha has been a-lected aa the
neat rlfy In the wcet for the location of a Ford plant,
where part of the tar are to be received and act tip
...r oi-innuimn. jfow did It happen that Ford over-
Lincoln Journal: fnder the title of "Mr. Bryan's
rvek" Senator Hitchcock s Omaha paper prints a
satirical attack on Mr. Bryan which haa for Ita baa's
his alleged carrying off of the d-k which he occupied
aa secretary of atate. According to the World-Herald
ima waa me oeak uaed by serrrtarlee of atate for
nearly nrty years, beginning with Pewnrd. Inci
dentally flings are taken at Mr. Bryan's willingness
to rina piacea In the federal aervloe for "a son. a eon-
:n-iaw and two other relatives." Throughout the ar-
tide runa sarcastic references to the money loaa suf-
rerefl by Mr. Bryan while serving hla country. If Mr.
nryan aa carry off for hla private uae euch a deak
aa the World-Herald aaya he did, the act will need
explaining The chief Intereet of the article llee.
nowever. in tne coneplcuoue thlnneea of the veil of
bitterness sgalnat Bryan. Senator Hitchcock la evi
dently about ready, now that Bryan la out of office
to declare open war on Bryan In place of the dla-
guiard fighting of the la-t threo yeara.
Kearney Times: We never could underatand why
tha country preea. and In far-t mont of Ita readers.
have had It In for Omaha. It seema to ua we ahould
all ba proud of the growth and Importance of our
blggeat city and ahould give credit for the enterprlalng
and puahlng spirit that haa made It what It la. From
an economical standpoint we ahould all realize that
Increaaed values for our products are made with every
jump of Omaha In the world of trade. The aame feel
ing of pride and booet ahould back our relations with
uncoin. it is noped some near day will find our
western leglalatora rot ao narrowly lined up aa to
oppoaa every move desired by the leaders from our
two big cities.
Lincoln fltar: A hoy got drowned In a pool In an
Omaha park the other day. and the Incident awakened
so much crltlctum that the commlealoner closed tha
pools to boy bathers. The other boys In town will
deliver the eulogy on their dead companion. .
Shelton Clipper: If the Omaha Commercial club
and the Omaha Auto club act windy they will advlae
transcontinental touriata to keep on the Lincoln High
way lnatead of detourlng over tha 0-LD route
acroas Nebraaka. Tha Lincoln Itighway la getting
mora than three-fourths of the eastern traffic, but It
haa been learned that a atrenuous effort la being made
at Omaha to divert part of thla travel over the Omaha-
Uncoln-Denver route. The Lincoln Highway la not
only the shortest and beat road, but it la the only
logical route (pr eastern touriata who wlah to malts
good time acroaa the state. A large number of autolata
who were advised at Omaha to take the aouth route
found, before going many miles, that they, were not
on the Lincoln Highway, and- many of them encoun
tered impassable roada when they attempted to come
north and ret back on tha Platte valley road. The
cltlea and towns along the route whose organizations
attempt to mislead the touriata for financial gain are
getting themselves In bsd with the cross-country
tourists. The advertising thst they receive at the
hands of autolata from the East will be detrimental
to the municipality that allowa such work to go on.
Wanted More Com fnrtahle Seats.
OMAHA, July M. To the Editor of
The Bee: With my experience at the
acngerfe-t concerts fresh in mind, end
In view of the purchase of the Audi
torium by the city, let me auggeat that
something be done for the comfort of
tho ati(llnces. The flret thing the new
management atiould do la to Install tome
ecata that are not ao much like atralt
ackrt. Planks set acrosa bosea would
serve the pur pone Jut aa well aa the so
called 'chairs" in the main pert of th
hall. A peraon cannot enloy muelo or
anything elac when distracted by auch
discomforts. B. 5.
The Moat Fanon.
OMAHA, July r. To the Editor of Tha
Bee: Plcaee let me contribute thee
veree to the dincuseion:
Not he who left the helm of state
ror prowee on the etump:
Not Ixig-wlnc Bruner who pur.uts
Small insecta on the Jump:
N'r-t ole Hr'er Welah who pulled the plug
From out Jupe'a water barrel.
Fornettln' where he put It, 'till
The zmin rroue were in peril;
Not P. M. Wharton, who la first aid
In finding Ionic lurt kin:
Not the author of the limerick
That did the flr-t prize win;
Not the W.-H. pet eenator
Who keens the homewlra truey.
Is the man of greateet fame we boast
Oh, n! Onr.'t you guess who he is?
'Tis that financier who can run hla house
For a week on one small nickel
And inveat the remaining dimes and
In luxuiiea for A. B. Mickle.
Kules for the Bathers
xa Toree at a Chicago Pnblie Beach.
''Dea't" for Meat
Don't "duck" strange women.
Don't throw mud and aand.
Don't be rough or boisterous.
See thst your bathing suit Is properly adjusted.
Don't try to get acquainted with women who flash
the "atony a tare."
Ba aa courteoua and conventional as you would be
on the streets or In your own home.
Don't splash water Into the facea of women you
don't know or who would object If you were
Don't be a "aand bather," which mean a don't re
main on the beach and poae for the edification of the
fair sex, and don't flirt.
'Doi'ti" (or Woanea
Don't fall to be a lady.
Don't pose on the beach.
Don't do anything to the men they are forbidden
to do to you.
Don't amlle at a strange man and then expect him
to be entirely conventional.
Don't call a life guard every time your glance meets
that of a strange man. Some men are better than
Don't get mad If a little water aplaahea on your
hair. Tha best thing Is to put your tresses under a
Remember you are to be judged by your own con
duct and every time you make a spectacle of youraelt
It stores up trouble.
Twice Told Tales
Did Not Kmaw, Hlamaelf.
"What did you learn at tha school?" tha boss aaked
the fair applicant for the stenographer's Job.
"I learned," aha replied, "that apelltng la essential
The boas chuckled,
"flood. Now let me bear you apell essential."
Tha fair girl healtated for the fraction of a second.
"There are three ways," she replied. "Which do
And aha got tha Job. Cleveland Plain Dealer,
Fodder tmr liloaa.
A menagerie stopped In a little country village.
One urchin, with more cheek than cash, thought
he would Ilka to see tha animals, ao ha quietly puehed
hla head through a gap In the canvas and haj a
But the manager saw him and hauled him out.
"Here, Agrlppa," he yelled to a helper, "throw
thla lad Into tha lion's cage!"
If ha thought he had alarmed the youngster he
Tha boy aald calmly:
"Walt, mister! If yell let ma aee the enow for
nothing I'll get all the fatteat boy a In tho villas
to crawl under the canvas tomorrow night!" Wash
ington Star. -
Captain Turner of tha Ill-fated LuaiUnla had
atory about tha ravagea of seasickness that he often
told of In the saloon.
"A passenger," he would begin, "approached an
other paeeenger and said:
" 'We re getting up a tug-of-war between a team
of married men and a team of alngle men. Tou'ra
married, aren't your
" 'No.' the other answered. Tm seasick. That's
what makea me look like thla.' ".Washington Star.
The Deadly tree.
once a man went raging Into tha office of aa
electric light company and declared that one of tba
company's rrea had killed a pet tree on hla premieea.
"That tree," aald he, "has been atandlng there for
twenty yeara. and wa regarded It aa one of the family.
My children played under It when they were bablea.
and It la associated with some of the pleaaanteat
memoriae ef my life. When It began to die wa all
mourned, and wa could not Imagine what ailed It until
yesterday, when I noticed that a wire was lying right
acroaa a branch. My tree haa been killed, and I reel
as U murder had been done In my house."
Considerably moved, the agent of the company
went to view the acene of the tragedy. When he came
to trace the wire, he discovered one and nailed to
the roof of an old barn and the other twisted around
a discarded pole. It had been cut off for at luii
two yeara and forgotten.
The agent made the following report:
Tree alive, wira dead. Wire evidently killed by
Use. Bill inUoecd. ' New York Tuuea.
San Dlego'a Kick on I.oa Angeles.
OMAHA. July Z7. To the Editor of
The Bee: An old friend residing at San
Diego writes me aa follows:
"We have done fairly well with our at
tendance, but we are working against
tremendoua odds, aa Loa Angelea la doing
everything In Ita power to prevent any
one from coming to San Diego, and if
they do come, their one auggeation la to
come without baggage, as our fair can
be seen in two hours. It is astonishing
the number of people that believe them,
as train after train come In here with
people without baggage, and most of
them seem to go away very indignant at
the bum steer they received in the north.
"We have a beautiful fair, and I do
not believe it can ba seen In any two
hours, or two daya, and we have made
quite a number of friends. Our at
tendance laat week was better than 80,000
people. We will clear probably $50,000 to
tTS.OOO this month. There haa been no
month since the fair opened, January 1,
that it baa not made some money, rang
ing from $4,000 to 130,000."
It would seem from this statement that
the hotels, or perhaps other intereata In
I .os Angelea, are taking the attitude of
the dog In the manger with reference to
the San Diego exposition. If thla be true.
I think the fact ought to be made known
In order that the offenders may be
acotched. J. B. HAYNE8,
Palaalatry Proof aad Disproof.
SHELBY, la.. July 28. To the Editor of
The Bee: My attention was called to the
letter In The Bee written by Horace P.
Holmea on palmistry and I should like
to answer It. If he will study more
closely the larger volume of "Chelro's
Language of tha Hand," he will dlacover
that that author doea not claim that tha
"life line" alone governa life. A study
of the head Una and lines of health In
conjunction with the "line of life" will
determine date of death.
I waa not Srlglnally a believer in palm
istry, but have not ao far been able to
disprove Its ctatma. for every hand I
have examined bears testimony.
Feaco or Wart
HASTINGS, Neb., July 88. To the
Editor ef The Bee: Tou will confer a
great favor upon a alxty-yeara' resident
and cltisen of Nebraaka If you can find
space for thla "piece of my mind."
Looking over the headllnea of any
paper, which I may take up now-a-daye.
it atrikea ma that the Britons wave
the rulea, but no longer rule the wavee.
They seize vesaels of the United States,
of South American republics, of Sweden,
Denmark or any other neutral country,
when loaded with cotton, copper, meat,
grain. In abort anything and everything
they may from day to day need, or need
lessly place on their, list of contraband
articles; take the veaaela, their crews,
their paseengers. If any, to aome Eng
lish harbor, dlacharge the freight at
aome warehouse at their pleasure, keep
the passengers and crewa captive or lib
erate them, regardleaa of the effect upon
the physical and mental condition of
their victims, cauaed by auch outrageous
violation of all international larw; they
promlae to pay for some or all of the
goods, thus piratically taken when?
Yea. when they or their courts get
ready and then then they complain of
tha outragea committed by their enemies,
who aeern to annoy their proceedings by
some submarines or Zeppelins or some
other device new and unwelcoma ta
them, late maaters of the seas.
If two or more men have a quarrel on
the streets of any city and go to uslnr
firearms, aenatble men and women will
keep out of harm's way; Innocent by
standers hunt cover and stay away at
respectful distance. If any get hurt.
they can only blame themselves. If a
man gets Injured within city limits by
hallstonea, he cannot sue the city for
amagea; he ought to have stayed at
Uncle 8am Just now hss work enough
nearer homo to protect the lives of
American cltlsena, who peacefully pur
sued their legitimate buslneaa as for
yeara past and now are robbed, starved
or murdered by outlaws almost within
hesrlng of our military officers on our
ojwn border a. Let alone such cltlsens
who venture acroaa tha Atlantic where
eleven nations are fighting. aay "Keep
When the Inhuman passions burn, the
peaceful are the strong. The sons and
daughtera of our republlo will not and
ahali not pull the cheatnuu out of the
"re for the -British; we would rather. If
necessary, elect another and a truly
neutral president, for a "hypocrite la ha
that hldeth to ahow him auch as he is
and showing him to aeem such as he la
not." p n
SIGNS OF FR0GRESS.
At the first of the year, according to
a government estimate, there were lsa.
krr.OOt farm animal in the United States,
a gam in a year or about T.KOOO.
The register la the street car mar ba
shelved. An electrical device has lust
been patented by which the paaaengere
entering a car are recorded automatically.
Ona of the gasometers of the Newtown
Oas corn pa ay. New York CUy. which la
7Te feet hurt aad haa a holder 3U feet
in diameter, la believed to be the larg
est In the world.
SAID IN FUN.
"Is your daus-hrer aolng to study the
science, of pyroaraphy ?"
" Taint neeensr. 1 can tea"h her
all the pie aclence he needs at home."
"I never thought he would be popular
among the girls,'1
"But he unexpectedly aeved up and
bought an automobile "Pittsburgh Toat.
She Dancing is fine for people, don't
He Yea. It exhausted Smith's wife so
that al:e's gone Into a sanatorium for
a year. Life.
your neck ami
St your head,
to throw a brlrk
you duck?" New
were you a
mere you the
TMrrtTMr! he rous "nm whehk
IHOCS A CtW WNWTWVCk '
jUff HE HAS HO YlMC FCR TURjiW
SEE THE SWT WEN MT tj8 PACK.'
At an examination In a school In Cin
cinnati the teacher was so pleased with
his clam that he snid they could ask
him any question they liked.
Some queries were put and tinawered.
Seeing one little boy In deep thourht.
the teacher aaked for a question. The
boy. with a very grave face, put this,
"If you waa In a soft mud-heap up to i
love to be sweet sleep,
glaillr be the milk.
wlnh to he an nak. were vnu a vine:
Were vou a lemon. I would lie the rind:
Park sorrow would I he, were you a sigh;
Were yju tho ointment, then me for tho
I'd be a waiter If you were the tips:
Were you a kiss, then mine should be the
Were you the ocean. I would be Its rosr;
I'd he an apple. If you were the core;
Were you a pen. I then would be the Ink:
I'd be a parching thirst, were you a
Were you a needle, I would be the thread ;
I'd be the butter If you were the bread;
Me Pimple Simon, If you were the pie:
Were you a diamond. I would be the dye;
Or I would be a muff, were you the fur;
Were you a chestnut, I would be the
If you were Wall street, I would be New
I'd turn into a knife, were you a fork;
Were you the sunshine, I would be a
H 2 O for mine, were you a shower:
Were you a drummer. I would be the
And so it goea sd Infinitum,
So all through life we'd never need to
But journey hand In hand, and heart to
Though of all varied forms ws find In
I'd rather be myself, were you my wife.
A $1925 Car at
Seven - Passenger Touring Car
We introduced this car at $1925.
Over 10,000 of them are in active use.
Without cutting the value one iota
we now offer this car at $1550.
The plant is working on a production
four times greater than ever before.
Consequently we are now able to sell
A Quality Car
at a Quantity Price
This is the best value we have ever offered
and the sales for the past week prove that
the wise motor car buyers in this neigh
borhood realize it
Stop in and see the car they are all talking about.
Stewart-Toozer Motor Co.
2W8-52 Farnam St. Phone Doug. 138.-
We are closing our territory now, and want good,
live agents. Write ua for particulars.
CHALMERS MOTOR COMPANY. DETROIT. U. S. A.
Summer Fares East!
The Wabash is the short direct line from Chicago to tha
fileaaure places of the East. Take advantage of the
ow summer fares via Wabash:
Round trip fares from Chicago
(30 day limit)
Buffale 18.35 New London, Ct 26.50
Niagara Falls 18.35 SL Johnsbury. Vt 26.80
Toronto 18.35 Concord, N. IL 26.80
Thousand Is. Pk. 19.90 Boston, Mass. 27.78
Sackatts Harbor 18.80 New York City 28.65
Clayton. N. Y. 19.40 Fabyan, N. H. 28.55
Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 23.85 Portland, Me. 28.80
Baldwin, N. Y. 25.20 Atlantic City, N. J. 31.15
Lake George, N. Y. 25.20 Rockland, Me. 31.40
Find out about these and other summer
fares East, from Chicago, via Wabash at
WABASH TICKET OFFICE, 311 S. 14th St.
H. C Shields, Genl Agent, Peeaeag ar Department, Oaaaaa.
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tue in advertising; no matter
how good advertising may be
in other respects, it must be
run frequently and constant
ly to be really succcessful.
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